Reflection Assessment

HV4 Assessment Task 4 MET call case study – Reflection
Assessment 4: MET call case study – Reflection
Weighting: 10%
Due Date:
Word count:
There is a word limit of 500 words. Use your computer to total the number of
words used in your assignment. However, do not include the reference list at the end of your
assignment in the word count. In-text citations will be included in the additional 10%-word
count. If you exceed the word limit by more than 10% (550 words) the marker will stop
Aim of assessment
The aim of this assessment is to enhance student’s understanding of the significance of
recognising a deteriorating patient; reflect on their understanding of pathophysiology in
relation to the patient’s clinical manifestations using a holistic patient approach; and reflect
on the importance of working together as a team in the group presentation reflective of
teamwork in caring for a deteriorating patient.
You are expected to complete this reflection after you have completed your Assessment Task
3 MET call case scenario Group Presentation. Accompanying this submission should be your
Assessment Task 3 marking rubric completed by your class tutor. The marking rubric should
be attached to the end of the Reflection. This is an INDIVIDUAL task and must be
completed on your own.
The reflection should answer ALL the questions below. Based on a critical reflection
framework (e.g., Rolfe’s reflective framework, Gibb’s reflection framework), critically
reflect and respond to the questions below.
1) What was your experience with recognising the signs of deterioration in the patient in the
case study scenario? State areas of strength you have achieved and improvements you may
2) What was your experience with understanding the underlying pathophysiological changes
and its link to the patient’s clinical manifestations? State areas of strength you have achieved
and improvements you may require.
3) What was your experience with working as part of a team in understanding the patient’s
MET call and presentation? State areas of strength you have achieved and improvements you
may require.
Refer to Section 2.5 of the Learning Guide- General Submission Requirements
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All assignments are to be typed
Typing must be according to the following format:
3 cm left and right margins, double spaced.
Font: Arial or Times New Roman
Font size: 12pt
See further submission requirements below
Submission Requirements
1. Electronic copy only. Students are to submit an electronic copy of the assessment.
Students are not required to submit the original hard copy of their assessment on
2. Submit your assessment electronically through the Turnitin link on the unit vUWS
3. Students are to upload the assessment with the following title;
Surname_Firstname_assessment title
4. Your assessment must be submitted in .doc, docx format.
5. This assessment is marked online; no paper copy will be accepted. Marks, comments
and the marking criteria will be released online. If you do not receive your marked
assessment when all others have been returned, it is your responsibility to contact the
Unit Coordinator for assistance.

Examples may be available on the vUWS site.
There are a number of textbooks and resources available through the Western Sydney
University Library that may assist you. Please refer to the unit’s vUWS site for
specific unit resources.
Assessments listed as individual assessments must be completed
independently. Students are advised to refer back to their notes, textbooks or

appropriate academic, peer-reviewed resources utilised during unit delivery